Ten Ways to Improve Your Child’s Behavior

Children and students generally respond much better to positive rather than negative behavioral management practices. When we use the three keys to healthy parenting/teaching to be warm, connected, and monitor children’s behaviors, children will be more likely to learn from their experiences and demonstrate appropriate behaviors.”

Father confronting son

Most of us start out parenting the way we were parented, and expect our children to react as we did. Children with special needs, however, are likely to throw us a curve. If the tried-and-true ways of your mother and father don’t cut it with your son and daughter, it’s time to make a change. The ten strategies here may go against what you’ve been led to believe about child-rearing, but exceptional children require exceptional ingenuity…

 

Read more: https://www.verywellfamily.com/ten-ways-to-improve-your-childs-behavior-3105241